Thursday, June 21, 2012

Fashion through History - Part I.- Chapter 2: Homo Sapiens


Miss Doodle testing clothes made from animal hide in a minor snowstorm
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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Bagle-Noses versus Bagle-heads


These days young people in Tokyo (and at other places I guess) have their foreheads inflated with I don"t know what kind of liquid. (I spare you the link to the pictures, as they may have a shocking effect on you :)

Next the "inflator" presses his thumb into the forehead, such creating a dent. Now the forehead looks like a BAGLE.

Here are Miss Doodle's suggestion for alternative nosejobs:)

Monday, April 23, 2012

Fashion throughout History: Part 1, Chapter 1: The Neanderthals

Interview with Neanderthals:
Photo and Text: Miss Doodle/AHdP

"It was never easy for us Neanderthals to make our clothes. Our great-grandfathers and mothers lived naked, hunted naked. But then, the big cold came, and now we need to protect outselves. We use animal hides, reindeer, wolf, bear and mammoth hides. We have learned that we must tan those hides, so that they become soft. Sometimes we chew them, that's one method among several.

Then we make holes with awls and tools from flint, and we use animal sinews to bring pieces of hides together!"


Snapshot: Miss Doodle with a friendly group of hunting Neanderthals. Illustrations of Neanderthals' clothes, details.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Thursday, February 2, 2012


Miss Doodle thinks that these coats women wear everywhere this year, they look like modified sleeping bags.....